Horror Story Collection 002
An occasional collection of 10 horror stories by various readers. We aim to unsettle you a little, to cut through the pink cushion of illusion that shields you from the horrible realities of life. Here are the walking dead, the fetid pools of slime, the howls in the night that you thought you had confined to your more unpleasant dreams. (2 hr 38 min)
Read by Julie Bynum
Read by Maxim Lenyadin
Read by Glen Hallstrom
Read by Paul Siegel
Read by Zoe Earley
Read by Paul Sze
Read by Mark Nelson
Read by Sharontzu
Read by DrWombat
Read by Julie Bynum
Love To Listen
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This was certainly one of the best readings I have heard, of Lovecraft or other writers. The sound quality was great, and the reader was magnificent. Truly beautiful.
very good. but someone needs to replace the man who reads "ex oblivione". it's absolutely horrible and slow
A varied choice and some tales are truly spine tingling!
I hope that you people do a lot more of these Horror Stories. I specialy liked the stories of Lovecraft and R.E. Howard. I still hope that Librivox brings more stories, like 'The Case of Charles Dexter Ward' and 'At the Mountains of Madness'by Lovecraft and tales of King Kull and Bran Mak Morn and so on by R.E. Howard. And further any stories you can find about the Cthulhu Mythos, like those from John Ramsey Campbell, Brian Lumley, Colin Wilson, Karl Edgar Wagner, etc. etc. I thank all the readers for many pleasant hours. With many thanks from Holland, Roland Wieffering The Netherlands
so many great tales!
thank you once again, Librivox & the many fantastic Readers. The Soul of the Great Bell is a heartbreaking story, I think it is my favorite in this particular volume.. the Reader reads it so very well, by the end, I found myself weeping a bit.. such a sad story.
not really scary
Instead of fantastic stories about supernatural events, the author should have told stories about white male oppression of nonbinary BIPOCs. That is the only truly scarry thing in this world